This 1905 Queen Anne building in the quiet, historic Irvington District oozes elegance from its oak floors to its coffered ceilings. Each of the eight rooms is different, with Edwardian armoires, claw-foot tubs, and whirlpool baths in some, and the home-cooked breakfasts in the formal dining are nothing short of lavish, complete with crystal and fine china. There's a beautiful rose garden outside, and plenty of restaurants and shops within a few blocks along NE Broadway, with a MAX station nearby for longer trips. Be aware that children under 11 are only allowed to stay in the basement apartment, and that only the ground-floor Rose Room doesn't involve stairs.